Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play.
When young Alan Parrish and his friend Sarah (Bonnie Hunt) begin to play a mysterious Board Game, they don't realise its unimaginable powers until Alan is magically transported into the untamed jungles of Jumanji. Twenty-six years later, Judy (Kirsten Dunst) and Peter (Bradley Pierce) discover the dusty board and reawaken the game as they begin to play. Instantly the forces of Jumanji release a fully-grown, bewildered Alan Parrish (Robin Williams) into their world.
With each roll of the dice they must face the increasingly terrifying consequences until the game is finished and the victor had uttered the word Jumanji.
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2013-04-19JeremyEver since Interview With A Vampire I have loved watching Kirsten Dunst, and she was again good in this. The film is entirely for kids, as the plot is random and the humour obvious. But the film is well done. A Night at the Museum is similar but a better view for adults stuck watching it with their children.
by Jeremy on April 19th 2013
Ever since Interview With A Vampire I have loved watching Kirsten Dunst, and she was again good in this. The film is entirely for kids, as the plot is random and the humour obvious. But the film is well done. A Night at the Museum is similar but a better view for adults stuck watching it with their children.
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